The Queen has named two new puppies that were given to her during a difficult time with her husband Prince Philip’s illness and subsequent death.
According to reports, Prince Andrew gave the dogs to his mother before the death of her beloved husband. reports the mirror.
The dogs are a dorgi, a dachshund-corgi cross, and a corgi.
Fergus, the dorgi, is named after her uncle Fergus Bowes-Lyon, who was killed while leading an attack on the Germans during World War I, while the corgi to Loch Muick on Queen Muick’s Balmoral (pronounced “Mick”) is called estate in Scotland.
According to the Sun, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, decided to get the Queen, 95, two new pups after his mother previously said she had no plans to have any more pets.
A royal source said: “The queen had no plans to have new dogs because she feared she would get too old.
“But it was Andrew who surprised his mother with two new pups when she felt down and alone in the castle after the Duke was taken to the hospital.”
It has been reported that the Queen had vowed not to have dogs after her beloved dorgi Vulcan died last year, leaving only her older dorgi named Candy.
A source told the Mail earlier this month, “It’s like the Tower of London doesn’t have ravens. The new pups are adorable.”